The BG-250 series has been discontinued for some time. So my advise to you is, find one at the retailers who still have it og buy one used. A new version of this series is unfortunately not in the works.
I figure that you're using the right power supply for the pedal right? It might be, that the SpectraComp somehow came loaded with at TonePrint that distorts the signal. It does not usually come with that, but it might have been beamed in at the factory.
Please try to beam some of the TC TonePrints into the pedal via your Bass, and see if that changes anything for you. The Comp in SpectraDrive is based on SpectraComp, so they should definitely sound almost the same.
Have a crack at it, and let me know if it works
I'm sorry to hear about your amplifier blowing up. Unfortunately we can't do anything directly from here at TC, since all support is done at a Music Tribe location elsewhere. I ask you to be patient with the support system, they're pretty backed up at the moment, but they will pick up your ticket as soon as possible.
Sorry for any inconvenience
It doesn't really sound like that big of an issue. The SIG LED should light up whenever you strike a tone, as you also described, the LED just tells us that BAM200 is receiving a signal from your bass. It's fairly normal, when you play some different bass lines, that the LED stays on, because of the nature of what you are playing. In the end, it depends on the bass your using, if it is active or passive, if it is a high gain or low gain bass, whether the LED turns on when you turn it to 9'o'clock or all the way to 6. You just have to find the level that suits your rig the best without distortion, and from what you are saying, you've already found that spot, right? Hope this helps
Are you using a battery? in that case, try hooking the pedal up via power supply, if it still flashes, it has to be a bug, and you have to return it.
Maybe try a different battery also, if the first solution doesn't cut it
Hope this helps
Hi Vejichan Since the promocodes where made, we've changed our homepage drastically, that's why the link is broekn.
You can now find the download link right here: https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Computer-Audio/Plug-Ins-%26-Add-On-Licenses/POLYTUNE-PLUG-IN/p/P0CKF#googtrans(en|en) Just click the BUY NOW button and type in your promo code.
Let me know if it works Cheers
Hi Zippy Try installing this firmware update, and see if that does anything for your situtaion
Here is the download link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/b3r5okjeedq9hry/dittox4_RC_1.3.00_build_91.exe?dl=0 Hope this helps
Hi fredrik! Here's a link to a beta build, that should fix your problem with midi sync Hope this works for you Download link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/b3r5okjeedq9hry/dittox4_RC_1.3.00_build_91.exe?dl=0 and list of changes
Build 91 - Midi start/stop support has been added (allows X4 playback to be started alongside your DAW or other Midi clock sending device)
- General improvments and bugfixes
- File size optimizations
- Fixes a crash when initiating a "once" effect with an existing backing track on loop 2.
- Fixes possible crashes when making loops that are very short. Changes since 82
- Fixed the bug where after an X4 has been left on for several hours without receiving MIDI, it will stop syncing with subsequent MIDI until power cycle.
- Properly account for event latency with MIDI CCs.
- Remember last playing serial track when using MIDI Stop / Start -
-Added MIDI Start Stop support (Simply all start on MIDI start and all stop on MIDI stop).
- Fixed Midi Recording Gaps
- Fixed stability issues
- Improved Latency Compensation
- Allow second stop to force stop while overdubbing in serial mode.
- Further file system optimizations.